Uncovering Iraqi Intrigue

Since the first days after the 1991 Gulf War, Iraq has been playing cat and mouse with U.N. investigators charged with finding and destroying the Baghdad regime's chemical, biological and nuclear weapons. Saddam Hussein and his lieutenants have repeatedly lied to and misled members of the U.N. Special Commission, all the while moving records of weapons production and perhaps the weapons themselves from site to site, sometimes one step ahead of UNSCOM teams in hot pursuit. Now it has been disclosed that the effort at concealment was systematic and controlled by top Iraqi officials.

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